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Biking Toward Greater Equity
President and CEO, New York State Health Foundation
Too often, bike-share programs don’t serve low-income neighborhoods and communities of color, focusing instead on more affluent areas of the cities in which they operate.
CitiBike: A 'New Gentrification' Method
Writer and Traveling Enthusiast
Neighborhoods are already being wiped away.
STYLE & BEAUTY
The 10 Best On-Screen Biking Outfits to Copy This Summer
Writer interested in how journalism, style, and technology int...
Memorial Day weekend signaled the beginning of Citi Bike season in New York City, and everyone wants to look their best with the breeze blowing through their hair. After months of dark stationary indoor cycling, it's time to get back out there.
You Can Now Valet Park Your Citi Bike In The East Village
The staffers will carry away bikes on tricycles and guide bikes to newly open spaces, freeing riders of the all-too-grueling
Whole Citi Bike Thing Not Working Out Great So Far
But while Citi Bike enjoyed high level of ridership during the first few months of its launch--5.1 million rides and 432,000
City Residents Earning Medals for Pedaling As Bike Share Programs Hit the Road Cycling
Senior Vice President & Director of City Park Development - Th...
The experience of having a bike to use when and where I want, for unlimited use, and for a yearly cost of just $95, defied the notion that nothing can get done that works well in a city as complicated as New York.
Citi Bike Signups Scarce In Poor NYC Neighborhoods
NYCHA residents make up less than 0.5 percent of the program’s annual membership, according to city data. Meanwhile, the
Plaza Hotel Files Lawsuit To Remove Citi Bikes
The lawsuit lists New York City's Department of Transportation and Citibank as defendants. Steven Sladkus, the Plaza hotel's
Citi Bike Faces Two Lawsuits Over Tripped NYD Pedestrians
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, in the four months since the launch, Citi Bikes has netted more than
This Citi Bike Tutorial Hates You
Above Average's Citi Bike parody says all the things Citi Bike must actually be thinking.
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BMX Master Manages To Make Citi Bikes Look Cool
You don't often hear the words 'cool,' and 'Citi Bike' in the same sentence. Convenient maybe, but cool? It's hard to make
Citi Bike Lags In Public Housing
Large numbers define New York City’s bike share program. More than 41 million miles traveled to date. Almost 70,000 annual
CULTURE & ARTS
Why Cycle Cities Are the Future
Click here to view video. The 2010 launch of the “Boris Bike” –- London’s cycle hire scheme, named after mayor Boris Johnson
Tips to Survive City Riding on Bikeshare
The expert in social media and digital PR, experiencing unpara...
If you're in an urban environment and have taken to the streets on a pedal bike, be it through a bikeshare scheme or on your own bike, you're going to get yourself killed unless you pay close attention to my 35 of riding in cities on the street.
Citi Bike Accidentally Exposes Customer Credit Card Information
A Citi Bike software glitch accidentally exposed sensitive personal and financial information — including credit card numbers
'Shiti Bike' Stickers Posted On NYC Citi Bikes (PHOTO)
[SCROLL DOWN FOR PHOTO] While the Citi Bike program launched with its fair share of detractors, Streets Blog noted last week
Celebrities On Citi Bikes: Leonardo DiCaprio And More Stars Try Out NYC's New Toy (PHOTOS)
"Dancing With the Stars" pros Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy traded in their jazz shoes for sneakers to try out
Citi Bike Cutting Into NYC Bike Rental Businesses, Workers Say
By James Fanelli The area is home to about five bike shops who depend on tourist rentals. Each day scores of their workers
Citi Bike Parody: Guide To Safe Riding Goes Horrible Wrong (VIDEO)
Official Comedy's parody of Citi Bike makes one thing abundantly clear: if you ride a Citi Bike, you WILL be hit by a car
'SoulCycle For Homeless People' By Fabrizio Goldstein Uses NYC Citi Bikes For Exercise (VIDEO)
[VIA The Crosby Press] In March 2013, over 50,000 homeless people stayed at New York City municipal shelters. Comedian Fabrizio
Dorothy Rabinowitz, WSJ Editorial Board Member, Freaks Out Over NYC Bike Share Program (VIDEO)
Wall Street Journal editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz raged against New York City's bike share program during a WSJ
WATCH: Brands in the Sharing Economy
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You didn't think brands were going to ignore a potential $110 billion marketplace, did you? The successful brand of the future
Do Bicycles Belong In Cities?
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The Slow Death of Urban Grit
This is me....then.
There's always a sense of pride and happiness I feel whenever I return to New York after traveling. As I saw the Empire State Building illuminated against the nighttime sky during my taxi ride, I knew I was home.
A Big Week for Bicycling in New York City
Complaints and war stories will be frequent and loud at first, but will steadily dissipate. Neighborhoods that originally said, "not in my back yard," will quickly and generally change their tunes.
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